Thursday, March 12, 2009

Dinner tonight at Bank Street Brewhouse? Doors unlocked tonight.

We invited neighbors and townies to the Bank Street Brewhouse for lunch today. At the moment we're cleaning up and preparing to do it again this evening. If you'd like to stop by after 5:00 p.m. and check it out, feel free. Scroll past the photo for the menu.


New Albanian Bank Street Brewhouse

Lunch Menu (currently offered much of the day)

Soup du Jour
Chef's whim
$4.00

Caesar Salad
Hearts of Romaine, Parmigiano Reggiano, Garlic Croutons, House Caesar Dressing
$4.50

Roasted Beet & Goat Cheese Salad
Frissee Lettuce, Roasted Gold & Red Beets, Bacon, Walnuts,
Capriole Goat Cheese, Crème Fraiche Vinaigrette
$5.00

Pommes Frites
House cut Fries, Sea Salt, assorted Dipping Sauces
$4.95

Mussels
Ginger, Lemon Grass, White Wine and Coconut Milk
$9.95

Croque Monsieur
Black Forest Ham, Prosciutto, Emmantaler Cheese,
Wheat Bread (Blue Dog), Mornay Sauce
$7.95

Croque Madame
Add Egg to Croque Monsieur
$8.50

Mushrooms en Croute
Wild Mushrooms, Lentils, Puff Pastry
$6.95

6 comments:

The Original BBC Brewmaster said...

Nice menu but where is the fragrant/malodorous Kaasschotel met 5 soorten Belgische kaas? How about some Mainzerkasse?

The New Albanian said...

Working on it.

The Original BBC Brewmaster said...

I forgot the cow udder schnitzel...

Timothy said...

I waiting to see viande chevaline tartare.

The Original BBC Brewmaster said...

I had a very nice Carbonnade de cheval at Belgo in Paris. It would be hard for Chef Josh to find a proper butcher in this country.

Timothy said...

Actually, it would be impossible. The USDA pulled all its inspectors from horse slaughterhouses in 2007, forcing them to shut down.

I haven't been lucky enough to actually have cheval tartar, but did have a very nice Steack de Cheval with a Poivre Creme sauce at 't Kelderke in Brussels.